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Dilute the soap you use by 1/3 . this won't affect the soaps ability to clean, but it makes it easier on the dispenser.

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Look at the filter screen to see if anything large got past it and into the pump.

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At 14 years I would leave it alone .

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Check the food grinder (small blade spins against a screen) in the bottom of the dish washer drain. I found the grinder to be inoperative and clogged which reduced / stopped flow of the wash water. Also, small pieces of clear plastic food wrap can block flow.

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problem water inlet solenoid ( humming)
replace it and you get water

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there is a relay on the pcb that controls the power to the solenoid valve, there are a few of them. but it could also be old school washer witch can be dial control this is when you turn a nob to a setting and it slowly goes back to off. if its this its controlled by this and no relays or pcb boards are on the washer classed as analoge.

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See if your parts store can mic the oring and match it to one

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The only thing that will cause this is a faulty control panel.

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The sensor that measures moisture content is either covered in lint or it has failed. You need to partially dismantle the unit to completely de-fluff it.

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No, it's not normal for them to be soaking wet at the end of the cycle, but there are things that can affect this. First, make sure you have Heated Dry selected. Next, make sure you are using rinse-aid (Jet Dry), because the new dishwashers don't use as much heat as the older dishwashers, and Jet Dry will greatly aid in the drying. Be aware that plastics won't get dry in any dishwasher. Other things you can do is turn on the extra heat options in the wash cycle, and turn on the Sani-Rinse option (if you DW has such options). Otherwise, you may have a heater or controller problem.

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Whirlpool dishwashers use a wax motor or a solinoid to release the door at a specific time during the cycle. So for proper cleaning the soap cup is nessesary . The part isn't that expensive and fairly simple repair.

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Try throw the breaker off for 15 min then back on. That may clear the program. If not restart it on the "wrong" cycle and let it finish out.

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there should be a white type screw that goes in the middle and scews into the middle

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Hi Kevin,...
It appears that it could be something to do with the locking feature on your washer. Check out page 17 on your attached manual.
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F8 failure (slow/no draining)

In a consumer cycle, the appliance is indicating F8 E1 (slow/no draining). This is because of wrong signals from the circulation pump read by the control board and interpreted as "water present", when there is no water. During draining (and in fact, there is no water), the failure occurs.

1. Check if drain hose is not closed/clogged
2. Drain pump faulty, harness or wiring faulty, control board faulty
3. If machine is equipped with OWl, issue might be caused by damaged or dirty OWl. Clean the sensor lenses then , if issue is not solved, replace OWI (optical water indicator).

Dado

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The clean lite blinks out a code when a fault has occurred . Inside the bottom access panel is a booklet with the list,

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Check the power supply. Check the fuse located on the control panel

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remove front lower panel below door. paper with spec's and diagnostic procedures and codes should be there. is water on?
cause water valve can buzz if water no turned on under sink.

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